Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor are among the best safeties in the NFL and play a position where the Packers need to find better talent.
First we air an interview with former Packers offensive lineman Breno Giacomini and then get into Packers defensive chatter.
Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks and John Fox of the Denver Broncos share their thoughts on the significance of the trophy named after the legendary Packers coach.
Now with the Seattle Seahawks, these former Packers all have a chance to win a Super Bowl title on Sunday when they face the Denver Broncos.
Three years removed from missing a Super Bowl with the Packers, Poppinga will serve as an analyst for Fox Deportes during Sunday's game.
The Broncos defensive end idolized the late Packers legend growing up in Philadelphia, where White began his professional football career.
Linebacker A.J. Hawk made the rounds on Radio Row at the site of Super Bowl XLVIII in New York City on Wednesday, telling Laura Okmin of Fox Sports...
With a record number of underclassmen declaring for the NFL draft, Lenon shows why the NFL might need a new outlet to develop young players.
The ex-Wisconsin product has been making a name for himself in helping to develop the Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
Maybe re-signing Matt Flynn is the best course of action, according to the former Packers assistant and current NFL Network analyst.
Not even a berth in Super Bowl XLVIII has softened the Seahawks wide receiver's stance that he caught a touchdown in 2012 against the Green Bay Packers.
The Packers wide receiver will be starring at the Helen Hayes Theatre in New York City at 7:00 p.m. local time.
Even though the Super Bowl is being played outdoors in a Northern climate this year, it should come as no surprise that for several players, their coldest games were experienced in Green Bay.
Cheesehead TV will be providing coverage from the site of Super Bowl XLVIII in New York City all week long.
Unfortunately for the Packers, their defense is not equipped to go on a four-game winning streak it would take to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
It will be the Packers' first visit to AT&T Stadium on Sunday since they won Super Bowl XLV in Dallas three seasons ago.
The President and CEO of the Greater Green Bay Convention and Visitors Bureau, Brad Toll, refuses to close the door on the possibility of Lambeau...
Because of a road date with the Baltimore Ravens in 2013, the Packers could play in the NFL's season-opening Kickoff game.
Railbird Central airs an exclusive interview with former Packers cornerback Chris Johnson who just earned his first Super Bowl ring with the Ravens.
San Francisco 49ers kicker David Akers is trying to persevere through a difficult season, similar to Mason Crosby of the Packers.
Could Colin Kaepernick actually have been a high school backup to a Milwaukee Brewers farmhand? It's perhaps not as far-fetched as you might think.
The current secondary coach of the San Francisco 49ers has an opportunity to put the past behind him as he coaches in Sunday's Super Bowl.
Ravens fullback Vonta Leach began his career anonymously in Green Bay but has since reached new heights in Baltimore.
Garda discusses the circus around the Super Bowl, his hope for cold weather games and presents his long awaited pick for the Super Bowl.
After allegedly singing a prerecorded version of the national anthem at the presidential inauguration next week, Beyonce will sing live at halftime of the Super Bowl.
Niners wide receiver Kyle Williams talks recalls Driver's 61-yard catch-and-run against San Francisco back in 2010.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss shares his thoughts on the retirement of Packers wide receiver Donald Driver.
Ed Reed and Charles Woodson are coming to a crossroads in their respective careers. Both have important decisions to make in offseason regarding their future.
Clay Matthews could do little against 49ers offensive tackle Joe Staley in the Packers' playoff loss.
San Francisco 49ers defensive back Perrish Cox talks about the gameplan and halftime adjustments the Niners made for Randall Cobb and Jermichael Finley.